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IN Sports ON 11 Jan, 2016
Hook up's happen in a sudden. Even the star athletes couldn't resist themselves from entering a sudden crush even after being married or committed.
Here are 8 star athletes who mingled with their teammate's wife. Here, Crazy sports news dosage that will shock you. Yes, even the world of sports do have rumors, so get going and know who all were involved in sport love scandals.
Pavel Bure and Sergei Fedorov played hockey for the Soviet Union and Russia. Anna Kournikova wedded to Fedorov and fell into Bure's arms during the hockey matches. Fedorov petitioned for separation and left the humiliation behind.
Brendan Shanahan had the nerve to lay down with Craig Janney's wife. Brendan asked Mrs. Janney to end up Mrs. Shanahan, now mother of three.
During the Phoenix Suns matches, Richardson loaned himself to Steve Nash's wife. Previous Mrs. Nash got pregnant with whom Nash believed was his youngster.The paternity results oppose this idea.
Captain of US Football captain, John Harkes was dethroned from the captainship. Harkes swindled with colleague Eric Wynalda's wife Amy.The Wynaldas separated, Harkes and his wife stayed together.
Chelsea Football Club star John Terry was hitched and had twins.At the same time, he was named "Father of the Year". It didn't prevent Terry from laying down with colleague Wayne Bridge's better half Vanessa Perroncel.
Tony Parker and Brent Barry played for the San Antonio Spurs, where Tony was introduced to Barry's wife. They exchanged flirty texts between the match that bloomed love.
Murray was playing for Oklahoma when he hooked with Brennan Clay's wife. Murray probably got the consideration of partner Brennan Clay's wife. He was blamed for laying down with her.
New boy on the block Avisail Garcia gave his heart into the enticement of Prince Fielder's wife Chanel. Later, they chose to separate up and send from both players. Garcia was sent to the Chicago White Sox and Fielder to the Texas Rangers.
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